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. >>> nominations for tommy to karzai or reject it. it at the end of the vote, 70% of the nominees were rejected. karzai says he will make new nominations for the posts but it is not clear when it will be announced. >>> families gathered in pakistan to mournthe death of 96 people killed at a bombing at a volleyball game. funerals were held today. t bomber set off by 4 pounds of explosive yesterday. the village and northwest pakistan had tried to heal but many are too scared to speculate about the blast. >>> up next, a dramatic or rescue. -- up next a dramatic river rescue. and how long will the freezing temperatures to around? steve rudin will track the latest developments. >>> d.c. schools face major budget cuts, but chancellor michelle rhee says she will fight to get money for classrooms and classroom supplies. areas facing sharp cuts include security, food service, and other programs under the school support category. comes from falling tax revenues and the end of the federal stimulus spending. >>> you may want to bring your own back the next time you shop in the district. a new fee would int
as ordinary citizens. >> it was arranged that president karzai should think the british army. he expressed his sympathy for the wives and mothers of those who have been killed. >> we understand their suffering and pain. there are millions of mothers in afghanistan who feel exactly the same way. >> it is hard to avoid the feeling this conference has been about british-american public opinion just as much as it has been about the afghans themselves. a definite effort to persuade us all that this is not an open- ended war that will stretch on into the indefinite future, swallowing a money and live -- up money and lives. president karzai has been made acceptable again. we have been promised that our part in the war will begin to wind down in 18 months time. it has been a remarkable performance by the diplomats and politicians. >> well picking up where john left, six months ago, british forces launched a major operation to secure parts of helmand province against the taliban. hundreds of soldiers took part in operation panter'-- panther's claw. they have been back to the same part of helmand provin
responsibiliti forces late this year, or early next year. president hamid karzai said that training the afghans could take five to ten years. and that foreign troops might be needed for 15 years. in tonight's lead focus, we're going to hr about another key component of the emerging afghanistan strategy. from london, chris ship of itn tells us about the newly devised plan to win over the taliban by buying their support. >> reporter: it is easy to be cynical about the conference in afghanistan. in a stately mansion in london where they ate sea bass for lunch. but 60 countries are here today, working on an international plan to end the grueling conflict which has been dragging on for nine years. for the first time the world's military and diplomat elite are preparing a high-risk strategy of buying off the taliban and talking to their leaders. >> let us welcome the plans from president karzai and the government of afghanistan. for an afghan led peace and reintegration program that offers insurgents a way back into mainstream ife. on the condition that they continue to renounce violence, cut any tie
are demanding to be heard. muslim demonstrators called afghan president karzai a fraud. >> we are calling for the troops to be removed, the occupation to end and the israelis to be changed. >> reporter: but foreign troops won't be leaving anytime soon. britain's prime minister said the tide is turning against insurgents and predicts afghan security forces should be able to take over their own security by next year but president karzai warns some american and international forces may be needed in afghanistan for another 15 years. charlie d'agata, cbs news, london. >>> >>> let's get the latest information on the earthquake in haiti. another sign of hope amid the ruins. a 17-year-old girl was pulled out of the rubble 15 days after the quake. a french team found her. the team says she was actually moments from death. the girl is weak. she's dehydrated and she has a broken leg but she's going to survive. >>> the search and rescue team from fairfax county is coming home today. they left haiti for the dominican republic yesterday. the team is one of the first to leave for hey did and they made s
-nation conference on the future of afghanistan. afghan president hamid karzai said he expects foreign forces to be in his country for up to 15 years. there was also talk of a new plan to win over the taliban by allowing them into the afghanistan government. the executive of foreign editor of the london telegraph, also a terrorism expert. it is kind of like talking about both sides of your mouth. we say that this is one of the most brutal regimes on the planet and yet that they want to allow them into the afghanistan government. what do you make of that? >> reporter: well, this is a very ambitious program. the heart of the matter here is that there is a core of the taliban, the original founders who are never going to give in to the west and are always going to be an enemy. in recent years because of the we the afghan press has been handled the strength of the taliban has ground. there are a lot of people who would not normally support the taliban have been drawn in. the plan is to try and persuade them to come back into the mainstream of afghan politics by paying to lay down their guns. trac
.s. officials cannot have liked the message they heard from afghanistan's president today. hamid c hamid karzai warned u.s. troops may be needed for at least ten years to help train afghan forces. tom aspell is in london for us this morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. representatives from more than 60 countries gathered here in london seeking to buy off taliban fighters from a $500 million fund. it's hoped at least 12,000 lower-level taliban can be persuaded to abandon the insurgency and accept payment to defend their villages while western military forces go after hard-core taliban fighters. at the same time the west will effort training and equipping half g afghan aftermys to take over security duties after 2011. hamid karzai says he sees afghan forces being deployed for another decade. he says he hopes the government can establish control over the country's 34 provinces by 2015. karzai hopes to convene a meeting of afghan elders to discuss his proposals to reach out to taliban leaders, but the united states says it doesn't see any talks taking place with any top taliban leadership
in town bolstering support for karzai's government as well as the summit later this month. >> lama hasan in kabul, thanks. >>> and now to the quake zone where survivors are still being pulled from the rubble after being buried for over 100 hours. >> and relief efforts are expected to get a big boost from a former president. >> good morning, the clock is ticking to save those buried in the rubble and to get aid to those left with nothing. >> reporter: some prayers were answered in haiti where the scope of the disaster matches the human suffering. this 6-year-old boy was pulled overnight from a home that collapsed after tuesday's 7.2 earthquake. in another part of the city, another miracle, this woman survived 126 hours under rubble before she was rescued. >> it's a very wonderful night because we've worked almost 26 hours straight for those two survivors. immediately now, we need to start working some more for additional survivors. >> reporter: though for every rescue story time is running out for countless other victims. former president bill clinton forecasts to this area with food, wat
president karzai said major world powers will fund a plan to pay the militants in hopes of getting them to lay down their weapons and getting back to civilian life. >>> passengers became scared by a jewish teenager's prayer ritual. they involved the 17-year-old strapping a small sacred box to his head. officials say it was all just a misunderstandi misunderstanding. the teenager was cleared to go on his way. >>> the stepbrother of drew peterson, a former chicago police officer accused of killing his wife, told the court yesterday he may have helped get rid of the body of peterson's fourth wife stacy. he said peterson had him help carry a barrel from his home, a barrel that was warm. drew peterson was also a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife stacy. >>> mother nature is not coming through for the winter olympics in vancouver. the problem, a lack of snow. organizers are scrambling to cart it in from higher elevations. >>> a lack of the white stuff wasn't a problem in brussels. it wasn't snow, but foam sprayed by disgruntled firefighters upset over the handling of promotions.
. >> let us wcome the plans fm presiden karzai andhe gornment of afghanistan. resurgence who are prepared to renouniolence offer them a way back gqz mainstam l. >> reporter: the leaders will back a multimillion pound fund split taliban fighters. into those motivatedby ideology and thoseotivated by money. e military alone cannot win is war, it means a political settlement with the taliban is becoming a harsh reality. we must rch out to all of our countrymen. especially our disenchanted brotherswho are not part of al qaeda, or other interests. >> repter: that will include members al qaeda. >> if they put down their weaponsb-u accept the afgh democry, i don't see anyway forheir reintration into the afghan society. >> reporter: iran is a notle absent from these lks, where e internatnal coalition knows itoes not haveong befo public good will toward afghanisnuns dry. >> even before today's meeting, efforts were bng made t buy the suppt of afghans who might turn against the taliban. the new york time reports tt the leaders ofone of the largestribes in southeast afghanistan arfed up with
,000 foreign tros are now fighting in afghastan, includg 70,000 americans. present karzai wned it could ta five to ten years f complete ndover to afghan control. but western lders pushed f a tighter timetable. >> the intention is for some provinces to trantion byate 2010 early 2011. on the road to eting president arzai's commitment that ha of afghanistan's provinces wld have afghan securi leadship within tee years and the whole of afghanistan be within afghan security leadersh within five. >> sreenivasan: there was also otest outside the conferenc in london. denstrators called for the immediate withdral of international troops from afghanistannd the ouster of the pro-wesrn conference. >>his conference is a colonial conference. it's a conference that is planning e future of the muslim world so that the regies that are still there, thearzai ray jet stream, the sar dari regime in pakistan can serve western intests in the region. >> sreenivasan: abdlah abdullah warne doubts about the karzai governme will undermine any chances for progress. >> the gd will of the international commuty is appreciated.
and parnerring with the afghans. >> afghan president hamid karzai foresees the presence of troops in his country for the next ten years. >>> coming up on "news4 at 6," we'll tell you about a school district in virginia that's pulling a version of the diary of anne frank off of shelves. >>> authorities want to put in cameras on the dulles toll road. boss: hey, those gecko ringtones you put on our website are wonderful. people love 'em! gecko: yeah, thank you sir. turned out nice. boss: got another one for you. anncr: at, it's easy to get a free rate quote, manage your policy, make payments or even file a claim! boss: now that's a ringtone. gecko: uh's interesting.... certainly not the worst ringtone i've ever heard... ♪ ringtone lyrics: a-ringedy- ding-ding-dingy-do, ringedy-dong-ding-ding... ♪ gecko (to himself): yeah, that might be the worst. anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> bob is here with another check on our weather. >> a little balmy today. remember it well. >> started cold but then it got nice. >> you wait. until tomorrow an
levin just returned from afghanistan. >> another thing to watch is whether or not president karzai and we can come up with a program for reintegration of those lower level taliban which will chip away at the power at the taliban and help support the efforts of the afghan security forces. >> reporter: u.s. commanders acknowledge the need to bring at least some lower level taliban leaders into the political and social fabric of afghanistan. general stanley mcchrystal, the top military commander, when asked if the taliban could play a role in the future of afghanistan said, i think any afghans can play a role if they focus on the future and not the past. but reality remains harsh. u.s. troops continue their push into helmand province in the south. the next target? the marjah area, yet another taliban strong hold. and in north waziristan, bad new pz p the pakistani military has told the u.s. it's delayed further combat operations here. that will give unsurge ents more time to consolidate and possibly launch new attacks into afghanistan. u.s. military intelligence calculates the taliban
with afghan president hamid karzai, on the eve of an international conference on afghanistan in london. in afghanistan, 11 suspected taliban militants were killed in an air and ground strike by nato and afghan forces. former honduran president manuel zelaya went back into exile today-- this time, in the dominican republic. the leftist leader was ousted in a coup last june, but he returned to honduras in september and holed up in the brazilian embassy. his departure today came hours after the new honduran president -- porfirio lobo-- was sworn into office. authorities in peru today worked to rescue hundreds of tourists stranded at machu picchu. the ruins of the incan citadel are world renowned. at least five people have been killed after five days of heavy rain triggered mudslides and widespread flooding across the area, in the andes mountains. . in all, some 2000 people were trapped, including 400 americans. u.s. officials deployed helicopters to help with evacuations. those are some of the day's main stories. i'll be back at the end of the program with a preview of what you'll find t
, we have bad memories of the taliban. while embattled president hamid karzai is ridi his post election wave of hope. polling in afghanistan is daunting and dangerous. abc news and our partners here sent 168 pollsters out all across the country door-to-door taking the pulse of more than 1,500 people. asking them about ordinary life here. for instance, that covering for women, the burqa, should it be the husband's decision or hers? in this untry, a split decision. women say they should decide. the majority of men say it's the husband's choice. this woman added perspective. "my husband's not the problem," she says. "it's the taliban i'm afraid of." and sometimes small signs of progress. 60% of our polls say they have cell phones. every single one of you? but 85% of them say they have no refrigerator, and in this poor country, few have hope of such a thing. and one more sobering number. more than half of afghans say they have never been to school. >> you can see more of diane's reporting from afghanistan on a special edition of "world news." >>> there's unexpected fallout from senate major
, frankly, the central government of afghanistan, president karzai's goth, is not effective in governance. jon: but he's the one putting forward this plan. >> i think there's some pressure on our side -- from our side on him to accept this plan. last year as soon as the pakistan army made a deal to allow them to have swat valley in february, they went on defensive and took one of the cities that the pakistani army had to go back and resecure. we have to be very careful as we negotiate with these guys. jon: a lot of double dealing. tony schafer, good to talk to you. >> thanks. jane: so you think your bills are out of control? wait until you hear about this guy. he's from colorado, opened his mail and said he was shocked because his water bill was $8,000. but then he looked closer and he realized it was actually for 8,959,000 dollars. he calculated the water -- contacted the water department pretty quick. take a listen. >> i don't know how you could ever run up $9 million in a water bill be unless i'm paying for the city of louisville. >> turns out the company was switching to a new billing
is extending an olive branch to the taliban and hamid karzai asking them to lay down their weapons and to crack down on the insurgency. >>> despite the weak housing market and perhaps because of it it's back in a big way. high stakes investment strategy, it's not for everyone. there is a lot of folks who need to know something about it before diving in. casey is live in mesa, arizona. >> good to see you. this new trend we're talking about is sweeping the southwest with nevada, arizona and california having the highest foreclosure rates in the country. here is where things are different than a few years ago, when average joes were flipping houses at the height of the housing bubble. then almost anyone could buy a home from a loan from a bank. in order to buy a foreclosure, you got to pay in full. obviously, that is not for everyone, even though you get crazy deals, you have to sometimes shell out hundreds of thousands of dollars in cold, hard cash. >> you can't just jump in and make money. i've been here 30 years, you have to know the region you are buying in and know you can sell it really quic
of afghanistan. karzai asking for half a billion dollars to set up taliban fighters in homes, only if they promise to stop fighting. they are discussing troop levels for nato. >>> will he stay or go? wall street watching closely today. the vote on whether ben bernanke gets to keep his job. >>> your tax dollars at work and also at risk. we will look at the stimulus money. is it creating all sorts of opportunities for the wrong people? an exclusive report at the search for scammers. >>> all this week we have been tracking the tax dollars that make up the government stimulus program. some of the projects created jobs, and others merely raising eyebro eyebrows. >> reporter: kentucky construction magnet lawson on trial this week for bribing the official in the last decade to win big projects, but that did not stop the lawson family companies from winning $24 million in recovery act contracts. the company should have been suspended forbidding within stimulus work after 45 days after he was indicted. according to the department of transportation rule, even though he pleaded not guilty. bu
in afghanistan. president karzai today in fact said that he believes that the insurgents will definitely be invited to the peace talks, and what do you think about that idea? >> well, in general, jill, you don't make peace with the friends, but with your enemies. there are clear conditions. you must renounce violence, you must lay down your arms, you must renounce al qaeda, and you must be willing to live by the laws in the constitution of afghanistan. so, i think that this is the way that peace usually gets made. you send out feelers and see who is willing to lay down their arms and abide by the conditions. you see how far up that will go, and i don't expect mullah omar and others to come this way and they have made clear they won't, but there are others who will be seeing these astringent conditions as a formidable task. a >> and now to jill townsend who was a senior strategist to president bush, what do you feel of this? >> well, you want to peel off the foot soldiers who are in it because they are intimidated and the only way to protect the families yochlt wau tont pull them away fro
karzai is speaking now, as we can see, shortly following the speech by gordon brown. gordon brown has spoken. we are there, cnbc has sent anna edwards down. we'll be bringing you more updates on that throughout the day here on the channel. do stay with us for more on that, too. let's get back to the equity markets, though. a bit of a roundup on what's going on around the globe. starting out here in the uk, the ftse 100 is higher by 0.9%. pretty steady at these levels. lots of stocks gaining today, obviously, after some fairly steep declines, to be honest. i was just checking. if you look back to the highs of the year so far, that fell on january the 11th. since then, the ftse 100 has fallen some 5.8%. it has been a tough time for the ftse, maybe some bargain hunting, if you like. a couple of sectors are dominating the gainers. banks, barclay's issuing higher along with lloyd's. xstrata, eurasian and kazakhmy's falls in that group, as well. let's go out to germany with patricia. >> finally, we have a positive day out here. and it's the tech stocks as well as the banking stocks doing ve
for a second term as more express anger over the handling of the financial crisis. >>> hamid karzai is pushing a machine to pay those to lay down guns. the fed secretary roberts gates recognizes -- >> the germans will toss in a beer, if anyone likes a heineken. you aren't going to go deliver beer at night unless you won't get shot and get a big tip. >> defense secretary robert gates recognizing that politics that play into afghan politics. the group must take on a legitimate role. >>> and toyota is working to fix a mechanical problem that led to the recall of 2.3 million cars in the u.s. the gas pedal in several models can be stuck. >> that's what i tell the cops when i get pulled over many. >> this comes months after concerns that floor mats could affect the accelerator. it affects camry, avalon, and corolla models. >> what that was car back in the '70s? amc -- >> the pinto. >> sure. >> you look at it wrong, and it would blow up. >> ralph nader wrote a book on it. >>> sports. yesterday, we showed you pictures of tiger woods at the sex rehab clinic. today, we have radio conversations from the
levin just returned from afghanistan. >> another thing to watch as to whether or not president karzai and we can come up with a program for reintegration for lower level taliban which will chip away at the power of the taliban and help to support the efforts of the afghan security forces. >> reporter: u.s. commanders acknowledge the need to bring at least some lower level taliban leaders into the political and social fabric of afghanistan. general stanley mcchrystal the top mill care commander when asked if the taliban can play a role in the future of afghanistan said, i think that any afghans can play a role if they focus on the future and not the past. but, reality remains harsh. u.s. troops continue their push into helmand province in the south. the next target, the marjah area, which is another taliban stronghold. across the border in north w wasiristan, and that will give the taliban more time to consolidate and launch more attacks. u.s. military intelligence calculates that the taliban has shadow governments in 33 of 34 provinces, raising questions about whether they see a need
day. >> another thing to watch is to whether or not president karzai and we can come up with a program for reintegration of those lower-level taliban which will chip away at the power of the taliban and help to support the efforts of the afghan security forces. >> so, what are we really talking about, kyra? you're talking just like they did in iraq, about money, jobs, extending that economic olive branch, if you will, to some of the lower-level taliban fighters who the u.s. feels basically are in it to earn money. if you can give them jobs, if you can give economic development, maybe they'll stop fighting. but here's the wrinkle. what about the big guns? what about mullah omar, the leader of the taliban? is there some way to extend an olive branch to him, and would the u.s. even want to get involved with him? that's a major question and right now, of course, the taliban think they're doing pretty good in afghanistan, so the other question is whether they'd even want to come to the negotiating table. but this is what everybody will be looking for at this london meeting, kyra. >> so what
, speaking today in london at an international conference on afghanistan, president hamid karzai says that she is going to try to bring the taliban into a political settlement of the conflict. >>> overseas markets are higher this morning. cnbc's erin burnett is at the new york stock exchange. and erin, there's a lot of attention on both ford and the ipad today. >> there certainly are, ann. when you look at ford, the first profit for ford if about four years, and the company says it will be profitable this year, despite what it calls a significantly challenging business environment. the good news doesn't stop there. on earnings, proctor & gamble, eastman kodak, colgate all coming out with way better-than-expected numbers. i guess it's the building blocks of growth, more toothpaste, detergent being sold. and that's contributing to a bullish feel. financial stocks are also higher. the president last night saying he is not interested in punishing banks, something wall street is applauding. and last but not least, the water cooler talk of the day will be about the ipad. is it really the se
karzai expected to continue to push for the removal of certain taliban figures from this list as part of a reconciliation effort. a yale lab technician is hit with a new murder charge now in the death of 24-year-old annie lei. raymond clark is now charged with felony murder. clark pleaded not guilty to that charge and one count of murder. under the felony murder law, prosecutors don't have to prove the killing was intentional. he's accused of strangling her and stuffing her body inside a wall in september. the motive for that killing remains unclear. all right. let's check out the weather picture. >> yep and the weather picture, take a look in southern california right now. as you can see in the doppler, there was some precipitation and look at how the rains have left garbage on california shores from all the erosion, these video pictures are from pacifica. all the stuff that washed up and they collected it as well they should. and there are a number of buildings ta are about to fall in as well because the erosion has chewed up the ground underneath it. real quickly, take a look at th
as afghanistan's president, karzai says he's willing to talk to taliban leaders if they're willing to renounce violence but on their web site, the taliban says it rejects any reconciliation plan. an amazing rescue. 15 days after that horrific earthquake in haiti. a 17-year-old girl is pulled alive from the rubble of a college building. she was rushed to a nearby hospital and is being treated for severe dehydration. relief workers say they're dangerously low on food supplies. there are some reports of violence as starving haitians lined up at checkpoints to got a bite to eat or a drink of water. and there's more trouble for toyota. the company is expanding its recall over problems with the gas pedals to europe now. also this morning, toyota included another one million vehicles in the recall in the u.s. toyota has stopped selling eight very popular models here. the gas pedals can get stuck apparently. to see if your car is affected, go to there's all your headlines. >> coming up, the president laid out a plan to create jobs across the country and in florida by building a high speed
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